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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 230
W ITH the difficult task of improving on the hugely popular Rhapsody models, Ping incorporated the technology used in the men’s G series into the new G LE RANGE to maximise results at ladies swing speeds. The range includes an adjustable 11.5 degree driver, fairway woods, hybrid/iron combination set and three models of putters, allowing players to optimise their set make up with options in numbers and lofts of fairways and hybrids and choice of irons from 5-iron to sand wedge. The common issue for ladies of achieving higher launch with fairway woods is taken care of with lower leading edges and higher lofts on each fairway wood compared to Ping’s men’s models. Utilising the company’s Dragonfly technology and crown turbulators the G LE driver has improved forgiveness and distance on previous ladies models. Technology is not limited to the woods with COR-Eye technology used in G LE irons to increase ball speed and distance through its “diving board like effect” and True Roll Face Technology in the three putter models, Arna, Caru and Oslo, which each fit different stroke types. E DESIGNED FOR WOMEN PING G LE FAMILY Available now; ping.com thegear
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